CHURCH OPINION: Is it necessary to tell my would-be partner about my purpose and challenges while proposing?

No one begins a marital relationship without securing the agreement of the second party, this form of relationship is highly dangerous to be built on assumption. It is important for the man and the woman to have separate conviction about the relationship before the relationship begins. Some of the common question I hear people ask …

CHURCH OPINION: Marriage proposal; Should I inform my pastor?

Since marriage is a life long, irreversible relationship, the stage of securing the consent of the would – be partner known as proposal is very important. Marital relationship should not be based on assumption, it has to be definite; the other partner should give his/her consent to it. Should I inform my pastor before proposing …

CHURCH OPINION: Marriage proposal; Should I inform my pastor?

Since marriage is a life long, irreversible relationship, the stage of securing the consent of the would – be partner known as proposal is very important. Marital relationship should not be based on assumption, it has to be definite; the other partner should give his/her consent to it. Should I inform my pastor before proposing …

CHURCH OPINION : how do I know God’s Will in the choice of a marriage partner?

The grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all men; this salvation is available in all aspect of human life, marriage not excluded. In the world today, a large number of believers desires to do the will of God in marriage but are faced with the puzzle of Identifying God’s Will.Some people are active …

10 most deadly place to exercise Christian faith in the world

Millions of believers have being put at risk for their faith as Christian persecution increases in the most populous countries of the world. “In the north and Middle Belt of Nigeria … at least 3,700 Christians were killed for their faith—almost double the number of a year ago (an estimated 2,000)—with villages completely abandoned by …

Very disturbing : 84-Year-Old Widow Faces Eviction from Veterans Home for Her Voluntary Bible Studies

Officials threatens to expel an 84-year-old woman from the California Veterans Home, for conducting bible study sessions, they termed her conversation as an “abuse”. The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) is standing up for the religious rights of Artis Breau in this case. “For much of the past decade, Artis has volunteered with the chaplaincy program …